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This is a list of Central Junior A Hockey League Standings for the 2005-06 season.

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Robinson								
Hawkesbury Hawks            57    30   19   6   2    221   202    68
Ottawa Jr. Senators         57    30   20   4   3    226   203    67
Cornwall Colts              57    26   24   3   4    236   233    59
Cumberland Grads            57    23   29   5   0    183   214    51
Orleans Blues               57    16   37   1   3    172   262    36
Yzerman								
Pembroke Lumber Kings       59    50   7    1   1    320   116    102
Nepean Raiders              59    37   16   3   3    231   174    80
Brockville Braves           59    29   22   5   3    213   201    66
Smiths Falls Bears          59    18   31   5   5    193   250    46
Kanata Stallions            59    15   37   5   2    158   276    37
North Bay Skyhawks*         10    2    8    0   0    --    --     4

Interleague team from NOJHL.

Leading ScorersEdit

1.Ryan Lasch, Pemb 56 68 78 146
2.Jason Walters, Pemb 57 43 73 116
3.Pat Sweeney, Pemb 48 32 76 108
4.Ian Boots, Corn 57 42 44 86
5.Mathieu Picard, Hawk 49 37 47 84
6.Chris Lowe, SF 57 23 51 74
7.Matt Ward, Brock 56 34 39 73
8.Daniel Sullivan, Ott 51 33 40 73
   Jason Lepine, Corn 55 25 41 66
10.Chris Laganiere, Hawk 56 27 38 65

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Cumberland Grads 4-games-to-1
Cornwall Colts defeated Ottawa Jr. Senators 4-games-to-1
Pembroke Lumber Kings defeated Smiths Falls Bears 4-games-to-none
Nepean Raiders defeated Brockville Braves 4-games-to-3

Semi-final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Cornwall Colts 4-games-to-1
Nepean Raiders defeated Pembroke Lumber Kings 4-games-to-3

Final

Hawkesbury Hawks defeated Nepean Raiders 4-games-to-2


Team PhotosEdit

SourcesEdit

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